With the website, they really outline everything that you need to do. So what's the essay for your personal statement, which LSAT scores they're looking for, everything you're putting in the application, even as far as what your references should say as well.
If there's any area of your application that you feel may be weak, feel free to reach out and be able to talk to a staff member about it. That's really your opportunity to tell us who you are and gives them a better view of who you are as an applicant.
Here at Central, there are a plethora of different organizations you can join, anything that you could think of.
We always say that if we don't have an organization here, get it started. That's a part of that Leadership Initiative that we try to push into our students.
They offer two programs. You have the day program and the evening program. The day program is for students who really are able to be full-time students.
The evening program is our part-time program, which provides an opportunity for those nontraditional students to work and then come to school.
Central is one of most prestigious law schools in this state. I think anybody that's looking to come to Central should definitely visit, even attend a class if you could. Because that's really just the best way to get the experience and see if this truly is something you would like to do.
The family feel and the nurturing that Central gives you is so different. They genuinely care about your next steps. And since I've been here, I can honestly say that's exactly how it is.